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Hands-on PSVR preview: Blood & Truth
PlayStation VR fans who picked up a copy of VR Worlds with their headset will have had a taster of SIE London Studio’s Blood & Truth.
Sydney hosts the Intel Extreme Masters 2019 esports competition
Unfortunately, A/NZ CS:GO teams Greyhound and Chiefs missed out from the playoffs having been eliminated.
Hands on review: D-Link D-Fend AC2600 Wi-Fi Router
Whilst I was expecting a very mainstream consumer user product, compromising all the nerdy bits for an easy-to-use experience, that’s not the case at all. Yes, the D-Fend router is very easy to use, allowing anybody to set-up a secure network.
Hands-on review: The Huawei P30 Pro
The Huawei P30 Pro is not a replacement for the Mate 20 Pro, it’s more of a complementary device that takes into consideration six months of R&D.
Five signs it may be time for a memory upgrade
Back it the day, a couple of gigabytes of memory would have done you. In fact, a couple of gigs would’ve been all you PC could actually use. With modern 64-bit operating systems like Windows 10, sky’s the limit.
Epson innovations and Mercedes-AMG Petronas Motorsport
The world’s greatest motorsport event, the Formula One Grand Prix World Championship, descended on Melbourne’s Albert Park over the weekend for the first race of the 2019 season.
Hands-on review: Swann Wi-Fi Series indoor and outdoor security cameras
Swann’s range of Wi-Fi Series security cameras provide solutions for both indoor and, more interestingly, outdoor video surveillance.
Game review: Metro Exodus on Xbox One
A Games have taken Metro Exodus out of Moscow and really opened it up.
Get on the piste with When Ski Lifts Go Wrong
You want to be picking up all three stars for each level, but you can progress to the next as long as you’ve successfully got your skier over the line.
Inside Xbox brings exciting news for gamers
The huge Game Pass library is due to swell even more with the upcoming inclusion of some must-have heavy hitters.
Game review: Ace Combat 7: Skies Unknown
FutureFive’s Darren Price takes the highway to the danger zone with the latest entry in Bandai Namco’s air combat simcade franchise.
Hands-on review: Nvidia GeForce RTX 2080 Ti FE
The lack of games taking advantage of the GeForce RTX 2080 Ti makes reviewing the card rather challenging
Hands-on review: Crucial 1GB P1 NVMe PCIe 2280 M.2 solid-state drive
Not all solid-state drives are built equal, and not all M.2 solid state drives are built equal, either.
Big Bash Boom gives us cricket with power-ups
From the moment you hit play, you know that Big Bash Boom isn’t your usual cricket game.
Game review: Just Cause 4 on PC
Rico Rodriguez returns to wreak over-the-top havoc for a fourth time. This time the island nation of Solís is our hero’s sandbox, ripe for destruction.
Interview: ZeniMax Online's game director talks Elder Scrolls Online
FutureFive’s Darren Price sat down with Matt Firor, ESO’s designer and now president and game director at ZeniMax Online.
Return to the fight with Battlefield V PC
The game is beautifully realised, looking particularly amazing on PC.
Fallout 76 goes online
Whilst at the moment to the game is OK, I wouldn’t be surprised if the veteran developer is pulling out all the stops to make Fallout 76 the game that it deserves to be.
Hands-on Review: D-Link DCS-8525LH security camera
D-Link provides a professional video surveillance solution at a consumer price.
Hands on review: Epson’s ET-M1120
Epson’s ET-M1120 offers no-nonsense black and white printing.
Hands-on review: Huawei Mate20 Pro
Huawei’s answer to the Apple XS, the Mate20 Pro, is nearly in the wild. FutureFive’s Darren Price takes the new smartphone for a spin.
Hands-on review: Expand your Wi-Fi network with D-Link’s Covr-2202
The Covr-2202 Tri-Band Seamless Wi-Fi System points each have six internal antennas connected to two 866Mbps 5GHz and one 2.4GHz radios.
Crucial launches P1 NVMe Solid State Drive
The SSD uses a PCIe port to provide a faster and more reliable read/write.
Hands-on review: Crucial’s BX500 SSD gets the job done
The Crucial BX500 comes in two flavours, 240GB and 480GB, giving users a no-frills boost to their PC at a budget-friendly price.